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You can dismount the cylinder head cover to see the camshafts marks "IN" & "OUT" but i don't think it is necessary2) Then remove the screw from the end of the tensioner and insert a tool like the new tensioner's tool and unscrew (clockwise) the inside bolt of the tensioner and lock it in position.
If you dismount the cylinder head cover check the camshafts marks "IN" & "OUT" to be in position with the T mark an the mark on the crankcase coverYou can start your engine!!!